The Stanford White Mansion is located at 973 Fifth Avenue in New York City, NY. It is one of the last homes designed by famed architect Stanford White. The grand Italian Renaissance Palazzo style mansion, was built  for Henry H. Cook, a banker and railroad tycoon and completed in 1907, a year after Mr. White was shot and killed by the jealous husband of a former lover. It encompasses approximately 13,775 total square feet on six levels plus a full height lower level of approximately 2,900 square feet. It offers a grand entry hall, formal living and dining rooms, drawing room, library, rooftop garden and more. It is listed at $49,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    100% stunning, 100% my dream style. And a 5th Ave address? Yes please.




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  • Grrrowler

    The interior is not my style, but it’s totally appropriate for the house. There’s nothing about this house I dislike. It definitely fits the definition of a “trophy property.”




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  • GeorgeL

    A tremendous mansion. Not sure I understand the window unit on a $49 million manse.




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  • j

    I can see this selling for atleast $40 million accounting that the Duke Semans mansion sold last year for $44 million. I dont think the sellers are that much overpriced.




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  • jd

    Stunning! I’ll take it.




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  • Venom

    Absolutely nothing more awesome in life than spending $50 million on a house that shares walls on both sides with other people, no garage (as far as I can see), a miniscule yard, and when you open up your windows you are greeted with the lovely smell of car and truck exhausts and all the noise that goes with that in addition to all the people mulling around.

    Awesome…




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    • NOVA Ben

      It’s certainly a lifestyle choice not everyone finds appetizing, myself included. But for what kind of property it is, it’s pretty stunning.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Wow.

    How do you critique a place like this?
    Simply grand, breathtaking. NYC living could never be my thing, but this is spectacular.




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